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Frank Auerbach, "Self Portrait"

Frank Helmut Auerbach - Biography

574 askART artist summary of Frank Helmut Auerbach. Frank Helmut Auerbach (Born 1931) is active/lives in England, United Kingdom. Frank Auerbach is known for Modernist figure to non objective painting.

"If you're going through hell, keep going." - W.Churchill. Painting - Frank Auerbach.

Embellished Skeleton

This selection of drawings is courtesy of Facebook Friend, artist Picos Vazquez. Frank Auerbach bio.

Find out more about Frank Auerbach, Self-portrait by the artist

Who is Frank Auerbach? | Tate

Learn more about the life and work of landscape and figurative painter Frank Auerbach ahead of his exhibition at Tate Britain 9 October 2015 – 13 March 2016

Frank Auerbach - Sotheby's

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To The Studios, 1983, Frank Auerbach. British Painter, born in Germany. 1931. www.artexperiencenyc.com

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'Frank Auerbach in his London studio, 2001, photographed by Kevin Davies © Kevin Davies, courtesy National Portrait Gallery

'To drag the past into the present and re-animate it' – Tate Etc | Tate

What is it like to sit for Frank Auerback every week for more than 30 years? Tate curator, Catherine Lampert, reveals her experience

Frank Auerbach, ‘Oxford Street Building Site I’ 1959-60

‘Oxford Street Building Site I’, Frank Auerbach, 1959–60 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Oxford Street Building Site I’, Frank Auerbach, 1959–60 Building sites in London were a favourite theme for Auerbach in the 1950s. This painting was based on drawings made looking down onto the area between Oxford Street and Cavendish Square. Auerbach’s characteristically thick paint and earth tones evoke the grime and dirty excavation of the scene. He was interested in the complex structure made by the cranes and scaffolding; their linear pattern is etched into the paint…

Frank Auerbach, ‘Oxford Street Building Site I’ 1959-60

‘Oxford Street Building Site I’, Frank Auerbach, 1959–60 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Oxford Street Building Site I’, Frank Auerbach, 1959–60 Building sites in London were a favourite theme for Auerbach in the 1950s. This painting was based on drawings made looking down onto the area between Oxford Street and Cavendish Square. Auerbach’s characteristically thick paint and earth tones evoke the grime and dirty excavation of the scene. He was interested in the complex structure made by the cranes and scaffolding; their linear pattern is etched into the paint…

Frank Auerbach

Frank Auerbach

Contemporary art gallery in London.